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How biphobia impacts Black bisexual men’s health

From The Black Youth Project by Raymond Williams In the Black community, the subject of bisexuality is encircled by a contentious debate filled with hypocrisy, ignorance and misinformation. More than 40 percent of LGBT+ people of color consider themselves bisexual, but Black people bear a greater burden of consequences when identifying as such. According to the Human […]

What Southern dynasties’ post-Civil War resurgence tell us about how wealth is really handed down

From The Washington Post by Andrew Van Dam Emancipation should have laid waste to the Southern aristocracy. The economy was built on the forced labor of enslaved Africans, and almost half the Confederacy’s wealth was invested in owning humans. Once people could no longer be treated as chattel, that wealth evaporated. But less than two […]

ONE Archives Foundation and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History announce the LGBTQ Digital Archives Project

The ONE Archives Foundation and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History are collaborating with archives, libraries, and museums around the country to create the National LGBTQ Digital Archives Project. The goal for the Project is to develop a collaborative technology infrastructure providing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) archives across the country the […]